FAA Proposing Boeing Pay $1.25 Million FineMore trouble is in the air for Boeing. The FAA wants the plane maker to pay a fine of more than $1 million.
JoAnn Cunningham Moved To Downstate Prison To Serve 35-Year Sentence In Murder Of Her Son, A.J. FreundCunningham was moved from the McHenry County Jail to the Logan Correctional Center in Lincoln on Tuesday, according to the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Career Coach: Cover LettersThis week, the career coach is giving her best advice as CBS 2 continues Working For Chicago to bring you help and resources in this job crisis.
Woman Who Lost Much Of Her Legs, Hands Is Now Being Refused A New Motorized Wheelchair By Insurance CompanyAbla Gharib said about a year and a half ago, her motorized wheelchair broke down. And she has another challenge now – this time from an insurance company.
14-Year-Old Shot In RosemoorA 14-year-old boy was shot in the Rosemoor neighborhood Wednesday night. 
Woman Dead, Man Injured After Fire In South AustinTwo people, living in the basement of the building, were pulled from the fire.
Federal Database Problems Repeatedly Delay Already Slow Waits At Illinois Driver's Services FacilitiesThe platform that checks driver records in other states had crashed repeatedly in recent weeks, making long waits even worse for Illinois motorists trying to renew their licenses or registrations.
Chicago Weather: Warmup AheadA warming trend is in effect. 
Fly Dumpers Drop Remains Of Demolished House In Brighton Park; Practice Costs Taxpayers Thousands A YearCBS 2’s Tara Molina continues to investigate fly dumping issues throughout the city – after an entire home demo was just dumped in Brighton Park.
With E-Learning Only For Fall At CPS, Some Question Whether Everyone Will Get A Fair EducationChicago Public Schools students will not be returning to class when they head back to school next month – the school district made it official that it will start the fall term through e-learning. Some question whether every child will get a fair education under the circumstances.
CPS Announces New School Year Will Start With All Students Learning Remotely Due To Rising COVID-19 CasesThe district originally planned a hybrid model of both remote learning and in-class instruction, but now will move to an entirely virtual plan to start the school year.